A Louisville man police say was drunk while driving nearly 100 mph on U.S. 127 near Carlton Drive and threatened to “cut” a Lawrenceburg police officer was taken into custody early Sunday morning, according to a citation on file in Anderson District Court.

Bryan Romero, 27, of 1406 Cardinal Drive was also charged with first-degree wanton endangerment in the incident, according to the citation.

Police said Romero said he had been drinking at a house party and became argumentative after being stopped near Goin Drive on U.S. 127 Bypass.

Police said Romero, after being placed in a patrol vehicle, twice rolled down the window and was hanging out. Once at the police station, police claim Romero threatened to “cut” one of the officers and said he was going to has sex with the officer’s daughter.

Romero was charged with wanton endangerment due to having a passenger in the vehicle.

Woman charged with DUI, reckless driving

A Louisville woman was allegedly driving 78 mph in a 45 mph zone on U.S. 127 Bypass was charged with DUI and reckless driving following a traffic stop by the Lawrenceburg Police Department.

Angela Norine Redmon, 58, of 5412 South Watterson Trail allegedly told police she had only one beer at a golf course and was in a hurry to get home when she was stopped around 9:30 p.m. July 16, according to a citation on file in Anderson District Court.

She was transported to the Shelby County Detention Center following her arrest.

Man charged with wanton endangerment

A Lawrenceburg man who allegedly pulled a gun during a July 17 family reunion, according to a citation on file in Anderson District Court.

Jarrod Sratton, 36, of 520 Copperfield Drive was charged with first-degree wanton endangerment following the incident, which took place on Township Square in Lawrenceburg.

Following what police said was a verbal exchange between Stratton and one of his family members, police said the family member’s husband told Stratton not to speak that way to his wife. That’s when Stratton allegedly reached inside his vehicle, pulled out a gun and pointed at the husband, who was holding a child.

Stratton’s family member then allegedly struck him while her husband was placing their children in the car, prompting Stratton to call 911.

Stratton allegedly told police he did not pull his firearm, according to the citation.

Stratton was charged and transported to the Shelby County Detention Center.